Each member of our family is so different, like individual components of a symphony. But, like a symphony, each part is important to the overall structure and sound of the piece. We all work together to make a beautiful sound...our family. Just as the Lord knit us together in the womb, He is now knitting us together as a family, for His glory, outside the womb.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Fort Maston

We felt that Fort Collins did not have enough protection, hence, Fort Maston!

Phase one consisted of building a tunnel. Subsequent phases simply consisted of expansion. The kids wanted me to go on and on, all day, but we ran out of space and chairs. Once our fort crumbled, (I'm afraid we were our own worst enemy and broke down our walls from the inside out) that was that. I just didn't have the energy for another building project. I have to admit, I'm only an amateur builder. Our professional builder, Brad, was unavailable. His excuse...working; bringing home the bacon; earning a living for his family...or something like that.:)

Next, our apprentice builders, Cadence and Finn, moved on to a slightly smaller scaled project...cushion hills. Aria loved this! She was Queen of the Hill. She climbed to the top all by herself.

Hear her mighty and victorious roar!


  1. Ha ha! I love it! Aria is a true Nala.
    I pulled into the yarn store today and then I remembered - closed on Monday. Drat!
    I WILL get your box in the mail on Wednesday! Love you!

  2. Awesome! I am so jealous to have missed it! What a wonderful day! xoxo ~brad